"The Initiation" by Sylvia Plath is the story of a girl who pledges to a sorority in the hope of finally feeling like she belongs. As she goes through the pledge process, however, she realizes that she cannot sacrifice her unique identity for the sake of peer pressure.
A college student is going through rush recognizes that when the sorority rejects one of her friends because she was "different," she then decides that she also doesn't want to join the sorority. In making that decision, she recognizes that her friendship was more important to her than subscribing to the sorority's exclusive values.
In the story "Initiation" by Sylvia Plath, the character Millicent is invited to join a sorority. During the course of her initiation, she realizes it is better for her to be true to herself than to conform to the desires of the sorority.
Millicent gets attacked with eggs by the sorority
Be yourself naw jk thats what i think
you tell me
3rd person limited omniscient is the point of view used in Initiation by Sylvia Plath.
In "The Initiation" by Sylvia Plath, Millicent wants to join a sorority.
Millicent identifies with the heather birds, which represent individuality. The sparrows in Initiation represent conformity.
Millicent. Beverly Mitchell. Louise. Herb. Tracy and Betsy Johnson
They represent uniqeness unlike the sparrows which are all the same.
Sylvia Plath is 5' 9".
Sylvia Plath went by Sivvy.
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Sylvia Plath was born on October 27, 1932.
Sylvia Plath (1932-1963) lived to be 31 years old.